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help with connecting to a secure wireless (not a password problem)
my school has some kind of security software that we should dl before connecting, so i cannot use my iphone's wifi in the school. i have an unlocked one and i need help about getting online in the school. given instructions for OS X is:
I. Log in to your Mac using an administrator account
In order to install software on your Mac, you must have administrative privileges. If you've set up your Mac for use with multiple accounts, be sure that you're logged in using one with administrative access. Once the client is installed, it can be run from any user account.
II. Download Software
The Mac OS X GUI client software given.
III. Extract Program Files
Stuffit should automatically extract the downloaded file to a folder on your desktop. If it doesn't, you can extract the file manually by launching the Stuffit Expander application and dragging-and-dropping the file onto the "Drag your files here" window.
IV. Install VPN Client
Open the folder.You will see two files: CiscoVPN and _Wireless.pcf
Double-click on CiscoVPN to run the installation program. When prompted by the installer, select all the defaults. The installer will place an icon for the client in your dock.
After you finish installing, launch the client. Click on "Import" and select the _Wireless.pcf file that is in the folder on your desktop.It should now appear in the "Connection Entries" tab.
V. Connecting to the wireless network
Launch the GUI VPN client application. on the "Connection Entries" tab, highlight the " _Wireless" entry. Click "Connect."
At the prompt enter your Account ID in the "Username" field and your password in the "Password" field and click "OK."
Once the VPN connection is established, you can go about your normal internet activity. When you are finished, click "Disconnect" and quit the application.
so if you have any idea on how i can figure this out in my iphone, please help!!!!
as i understand, your school let you install a Cisco VPN Client.
Under Networks in Settings you can configure one. Just use the credentials in your CISCO Client and give it a try
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